This week’s best game deals: Missing these bargains would be an Injustice
Forget Kryptonite: these deals are sure to make Superman weak at the knees.
Each week, finder searches for the best game deals in Australia. This week, superheroes collide in Injustice 2, Warthogs roll out in Halo Wars 2, and sci-fi goes '70s in the trippy Headlander. Prepare to save!
Grab your utility belt, slip on your Power ring, and charge up your freeze ray--Injustice 2 is here and it's ready to fight. Before you go asking The Penguin for a loan you'll soon regret, though, you'll want to check out Ozgameshop's superpowered deal. For just $56.25 delivered with the coupon code 'COMPARE', you can swoop in and scoop up a copy of Injustice 2 on PS4 or Xbox One. You better be quick, though; with the Flash, Cheetah, and Superman lining its roster, this is one deal that's sure to move fast.
|Injustice 2||PS4/Xbox One||$56.25 delivered|
|Lego City Undercover||PS4/Xbox One||$51.99 delivered|
|Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia||3DS||$49.98 delivered|
|Minecraft: Story Mode||Xbox One||$14.68 delivered|
Day One deals
If you love jumping into a game on day one, JB Hi-Fi is the place to pre-order this week. You can secure yourself a copy of Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy, the PS4 remaster of the first three Crash Bandicoot games due to launch on June 30th, for a cool $49. If platformers aren't your thing, JB's also got the upcoming Morrowind expansion for The Elder Scrolls Online for $59 on both Xbox One and PS4. The package includes the base The Elder Scrolls Online game too, so you can jump straight in whether you've played the MMO before or not. The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind launches on June 6th, so you'll need to order fast if you want to be logging in on day one.
|Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy (releases June 30th)||PS4||$49.00|
|The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind (releases June 6th)||PS4/Xbox One||$59.00|
|World of Warcraft: Legion||PC||$29.00|
Put the pedal to the (plastic) metal
Despite being marketed primarily at kids, the Skylanders games are surprisingly deep action RPGs that players of any age can enjoy. Because they rely on physical toys, they can often get quite expensive, but if you act fast, you can snap up a Skylanders Superchargers Starter Pack on Xbox One for just $19 delivered from Microsoft's eBay store. These normally retail for around $50, so you'll be getting yourself quite the deal.
Telling all the Tales
It's a good time to be a Telltale fan at Microsoft Store. Most of the developer's episodic series have been discounted on both Xbox One and Xbox 360, from the classic Back to the Future game to the recent Batman series. The sale only runs to Tuesday, so we've listed the best deals below for you to check out:
|Back to the Future: The Game - 30th Anniversary Edition||Xbox One||$10.04|
|The Wolf Among Us||Xbox One||$10.04|
|Batman: The Telltale Series||Xbox One||$17.98|
|Game of Thrones: A Telltale Series||Xbox 360||$8.08|
|Back to the Future: The Game - 30th Anniversary Edition||Xbox 360||$11.98|
|Batman: The Telltale Series||Xbox 360||$14.42|
|Minecraft: Story Mode||Xbox 360||$14.42|
Honey, I shrunk the Master Chief
Seeing as Halo was originally going to be an RTS for Mac before being rebooted into an Xbox FPS, it made sense that the series would go back to its strategic roots with Halo Wars on the Xbox 360. Admittedly, it made slightly less sense when Halo Wars 2 was announced for Xbox One and PC, given how lukewarm the reception had been to the original game. Still, if you've ever dreamed of leading an army of Scorpion tanks into battle against a fleet of Covenant Wraiths, there's only one game for it, and this week it can be yours for just $29 delivered from British retailer Base.com. Just bear in mind that Base lists its prices with the UK-only Value Added Tax (VAT) included, and it won't be removed until you enter an Australian address at checkout.
|Halo Wars 2||Xbox One||$29.00 delivered|
|Torment: Tides of Numenera||PS4||$22.11 delivered|
|Steins; Gate Zero||PS4||$19.53 delivered|
|Gears of War 4||Xbox One||$25.02 delivered|
Mid-year madness never ends
EB Games continues with its Mid-Year Madness sale this week. You can check out our top picks in last week's cheap game deals, but if you have a Wii U hanging around in your house and you haven't checked out Rayman Legends, it's going for a steal at just $9. As one of the best 2D platformers outside of the Mario games, you won't be disappointed.
Cheap COVFEFE for everyone
'Covfefe' is the word of the week, apparently, and eBay has jumped onboard the meme train with $10 off any purchase above $50 by entering the typo as a coupon code at checkout. For games, the Target eBay store is the best place to make use of the discount, dropping a number of recent releases to historically-low prices. You'll want to choose click and collect if you can, though, as the $9 postage fee effectively ruins the discount. Here are our top picks:
|Mario Kart 8 Deluxe||Nintendo Switch||$59.00|
|Mass Effect: Andromeda||PS4/Xbox One||$45.00|
|Forza Horizon 3||Xbox One||$49.00|
|Battlefield 1||PS4/Xbox One||$45.00|
Adult Swim has really knocked it out of the park since establishing itself as a video game publisher. From Jazzpunk to Robot Unicorn Attack to the recent Rick and Morty Virtual Rick-Ality experience, the Adult Swim label is fast becoming synonymous with some of the most innovative indie games on the market. This week, you can pick up some of the publisher's best titles for a pittance with the Adult Swim Bundle over at Humble Bundle. Between the post-apocalyptic rogue-like FPS Wasted, the Wild West whodunnit Westerado: Double Barreled, and the '70s sci-fi puzzle platformer Headlander, there's more than enough variety here to justify the cost of entry.
Pay what you want:
- Small Radios Big Televisions
- Westerado: Double Barreled
- Volgarr the Viking
Beat the average (currently $9.96 AUD)
- Duck Game
- Rise & Shine
Pay more than $12 USD ($16.12 AUD)
- Glittermitten Grove
- Rain World
- Frog Fractions 2
Prey to the digital gods
Got a surplus of PlayStation Bucks burning a hole in your digital wallet? Prey is here to help. This week only, the sci-fi shooter is down to $69.95 on the PlayStation Store. We loved the game's dense environments and support for multiple playstyles when we reviewed it, and if you're specifically looking for a digital copy of the game, this is a solid deal.
|Bloodborne - The Old Hunters DLC||PS4||$14.97|
|The Witcher 3 - Blood & Wine DLC||PS4||$14.97|
|Just Cause 3 - Air, Land & Sea DLC||PS4||$15.18|
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